Recently I was having a conversation with my dad about balancing motors. It’s something you can easily do to a motor that will allow the motor to go better, give you better response from all speeds, more horsepower and it will be less likely to break. Bonus.
Having better balance though flows to all areas of your life. For example having both legs function the same means you walk straight, which puts less pressure on your back, which means your muscles are working properly and less likely to tighten and break. This happened to me a few months ago when I pulled a ligament in my foot which caused me to limp which started to create havoc. Not good.
How do you create balance? First you have to decide where you want to have balance. There is no point trying to balance everything all at once because it won’t work. In a motor you start with the crankshaft. Then move on to the things that connect to that.
So you work out where you want it and work backwards to the beginning point. For example you want balance at work. You might start at how you get ready for work, mindset. Or if that’s going a bit far how you get to work. How far away is it? How long do you spend in traffic. What can you do to minimise the time you’re in traffic?
To get balance you need to start at the beginning. Always.
Want to get balance in your week? Today is a great day to start.
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